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Nassau weather June

Discussion in 'Bahamas' started by ffhamm, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. ffhamm

    ffhamm Divemaster

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    Heading back to Cable beach soon. The extended forecast calls for thunderstorms nearly every day.

    Are these typically the quick in-and-out showers that seem to be everywhere in the tropic regions, with sunny days, or should I plan for dark and rainy most of the time?

    Either way, looking forward to it. The fish won't care, and neither will the bartenders.

    Jeff
     
  2. T.C.

    T.C. Photographer

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Ft. Hood, TX
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    That was what I viewed when I was there two weeks ago. It rained once on us, and that was while diving. It was over by the time I surfaced.
     
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  3. Nuts4koi

    Nuts4koi Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Centennial, Colorado
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    I was out on Blackbeard's the week before T.C. and we had a fair amount of rain. There were squalls that moved through the area on a pretty constant basis. That was May however and June may be a lot different.
     
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  4. JenntheDiver

    JenntheDiver Angel Fish

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    We just got back from Nassau yesterday. Every day the forecast called for 50% chance of t'storms. It rained almost every day and ranged from about 5 minutes (while still sunny) to a few hours. Most storms lasted about 30 minutes or less and then immediately cleared.
     
  5. ffhamm

    ffhamm Divemaster

    # of Dives:
    Location: Phoenix az
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    Wasn't a big deal, a few isolated thunderstorms, and at least a sprinkle daily but like most of my other experiences in tropical areas, it was nothing to slow us down.

    Jeff
     

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